Islands of Wonders

20th & 21st February 2019

Embark on a journey to the Islands of Wonders. Explore 5 fantasy islands through 5 delicious courses and delve into your senses. A map will guide you through your voyage in this imaginary world.

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- Welcome on board -

Colour changing cocktail with gin, rose syrup, lychee juice, lemon, blue pea flower tea & rose petals


Welcome on board Serenity Airlines. We are currently on our way to the Islands of Wonders where you will explore your senses along this journey.


“Your senses work together to let your brain know what is going on around you. They help to keep you safe by warning you of any danger. The nervous system has a specific sensory nervous system, and a sense organ, or sensor, dedicated to each sense.”

- Island of Imagination -

Alphabet pasta, rainbow radish & beetroot, romanesco broccoli, cavalo nero, coral tuile with beetroot powder, test tube with edible flowers, bee pollen, hibiscus salt, hawaiian black lava salt, basil seeds, beetroot powder, sesame seeds


Albert Einstein said, "Imagination ... is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”

“With a little imagination, children can turn the simplest of objects into toys worthy of hours of attention.” For example, this plastic bowl in front of you could actually be a special gold rimmed bowl that only princes and princesses can eat from. 

Children create new worlds in which they develop never ending stories, using simple tools like their mind, toys, or this alphabet pasta. Flowers and bee pollen in chemistry tubes become magical powders that could bring you to an underwater world surrounded by coral and a colourful and tasty edible sea-garden.

- Island of Curiosity -

Banana leaf parcels with Hawaiian poke style rice, pineapple, macadamia nuts, furikake, spring onions, avocado, pickled ginger, kelp seaweed, beetroot pickled baby corn, yuzu juice


“Your eyes are like cameras - they take images from the world around you and send the information to your brain. Your brain then figures out what you are looking at.“ “Curiosity is a quality related to inquisitive thinking such as exploration, investigation, and learning, evident by observation in humans and other animals. Curiosity is heavily associated with all aspects of human development, in which derives the process of learning and desire to acquire knowledge and skill.”

As you open this banana leaf parcel, your eyes slowly analyse each component of this chromatic display. “The possibility of a clean dissociation between colour experience from properties of the world reveals that colour is a subjective psychological phenomenon.” An interesting fact is that “The Himba people, a tribe from Namibia, have been found to categorise colours differently from most Euro-Americans and are able to easily distinguish close shades of green, barely discernible for most people.”